Indoor Air Quality

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Property owners and managers continue to recognize the value in healthy and productive indoor working environments. Between work and home, people spend an average of 90% of their time indoors where the air is often more polluted.  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency studies consistently rank indoor air pollution among the top five environmental threats to the public. Examples include radon, organic compounds, secondhand smoke and biological pollutants.

Indoor air threats are preventable and can decrease employee productivity if not fixed.

See below for practical guidance on improving indoor air quality.

Office Buildings: Indoor Air Quality
An introductory guide to help office managers and employees learn about air quality issues and solutions.

Indoor Air Quality for Business Operation and Management
This OSHA webpage outlines specific action items building owners and managers can take to improve air quality.

Care for Your Air
A simple overview from the EPA that touches on Office Buildings, Schools and Homes.

Mold Investigation and Remediation
Among the most dangerous threats to indoor air quality is mold.

Sick Building Syndrome
Is Your Building Making You Sick? Building occupants experience acute health effects linked to poor indoor air quality.